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Meet Clark!
Male Tabby

Photo coming soon!

You can't buy love
But you can adopt it!
Good with dogs
Good with cas
Good with children
Up-to-date on vet care
Already spayed or neutered
Sponsor Clark:

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About Clark:

Precious 3/4 week old kitten who with his brothers were thrown in a bag from a car over a bridge railing and fell 30 feet onto a muddy creek bank. - Lewis, Clark & Boone were placed in a bag and thrown from a car over a bridge railing and landed 30 feet below on a muddy bank of a creek. A good samaritan saw a bag being thrown and stopped to investigate. He found three kittens weighing 6-8 ounces. He reached out to many rescues and organizations on this long Labor Day weekend and could not get any assistance. We received the call and although we too were full and short of help, but could not turn our backs on these precious babies. The good samaritan drove them 45 miles to meet us. All three boys were cold and had low blood sugars but thanks to donations and help from the good samaritan and the Hurstbourne Pkwy Petsmart staff, these kittens were stabilized. We are in need of kitten milk, canned kitten food and donations for their medical care. They will not be ready for adoption till end of October but we are accepting applications.

Meeting Clark:

Clark is not accepting visitors at this time in foster care

Adopting Clark:

The first step to adoption is filling out an adoption application. Once the application is received, you will hear back from us.

Clark is: * Up-to-date on vet care

We rely entirely on the kindness of people like you to care for animals like Clark.
Thank you for your support!
Adoption Fees:

Cats - $100

Kittens - $125

Dogs - $150

Puppies - $200

Microchips - $19

Our adoption fees do not come close to covering our costs of vaccinating, spaying or neutering and providing all of the other veterinary and other care our animals need.

We rely on donations and sponsorships in order to continue saving lives.

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